Liverpool’s night at Anfield was doubly special following their win over Chelsea as they were finally handed their Premier League trophy.
It was a thrilling match for all involved as Chelsea pushed the league champions to the wire in search for a result to boost their Champions League chances. Liverpool proved too strong in attack, however, and were able to put five past a bamboozled Kepa Arrizabalaga.
Five different goal-scorers stood out for the Reds but one man who may have gone under the radar is left-back Andy Robertson.
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Although the home side conceded three goals, the Scot put in a solid performance when called upon. He made three clearances and one tackle whilst also maintaining an 86% passing accuracy rating (via Sofascore). Robertson was also clinical getting forward and caused a lot of trouble for the Chelsea defence.
According to FotMob, the full-back created four goalscoring opportunities in the game, the most of any player on the pitch. He also contributed an assist for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s late second half goal to put the match to bed.
Liverpool have just one fixture left of their illustrious 2019/20 season and it will see them travel to St James’ Park to face Newcastle on Sunday.
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